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22 Mar 12 #319504 by dippo1
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does anyone know how to apply to the land registry to check if ex owns more than one house?

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22 Mar 12 #319510 by maisymoos
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You can do a search on an address to find out ownership providing the property is registered. I do not think you can do a search on a person.

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22 Mar 12 #319511 by dukey
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Look for list of property owned, the cost is £50.You will need a court order first though which can be made via a D11 application to county court.


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22 Mar 12 #319533 by dippo1
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thanks much appreciated.

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